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Clairemont, California
Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Clairemont Will Prosper When We Work Together to End Homelessness

OP-ED Contributor By Lisa Eyler and Natalia Zorrilla You round the corner on your morning canyon walk and are surprised by a disheveled man sleepily emerging from the sagebrush. Later, as you wait impatiently in...

Pure Water Squabbles Over Change Orders Before Their Project Goes Out To Bid

Commentary Well if you were uncertain that digging up neighborhood roads to put in 4 foot diameter high pressure raw sewage lines was a bad idea, then you only needed to attend the November 15th...


Pure Water Corners City Council

Commentary by Louis Rodolico You had to be there to see it. Pure Water Management hustled City Council into accepting pipeline alignments they and their constituents rejected.  Most testified in favor of the expansion of...

CEQA Judge Rules Not To Hear Arguments About Public Safety And The Regents Road...

Commentary  In a precedent setting ruling CEQA Judge, Katherine Bacal, refused to hear any arguments, including public safety arguments, about the Regents Road Bridge. If not overturned on appeal California Municipalities can now collect Development...


Pure Water Awash In Dirty Ethics

North City Project Pure Water San Diego Program Commentary Louis Rodolico In blatant violation of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements Pure Water completed 60% Engineering plans before public comment. The Pure Water Environmental Impact...

Pure Water Rolls Dice with Sewage Spills

North City Project Pure Water San Diego Program Commentary Louis Rodolico The North City Project Pure Water San Diego Program EIR (Environmental Impact Report) is a raw sewage transport proposal. According to city officials the two...


Neighbors Fight So Others Can Profit

Commentary by Louis Rodolico San Diego has been collecting Development Impact fees (DIF’s) for the Regents Road Bridge for 60-70 years. City managers are uncertain of the exact amount, but it could exceed 100 million...

San Diego City Council Moves to Increase Companion Unit (CU) Permits

City Council Looking to Move the Needle on Affordable Housing Commentary by Louis Rodolico On July 24, 2017 City Council took up item ITEM-603: Amendments to the Land Development Code and Local Coastal Program to modify...


The Road of Cycling is Paved with Good Intentions

Bicycle Lanes in Clairemont Sorely Underused by Daniel Smiechowski Mayor Faulconer’s climate action plan which includes the incremental usage of mass transportation and bicycle usage during the ensuing years is a step in the right direction....

Planned Roads are Being Removed but Construction Continues Unabated

How and why Regents Road Bridge promises were broken to UTC, UC and Clairemont taxpayers Commentary by Louis Rodolico How is the Regents Road Bridge or any new infrastructure paid for? The city of San Diego collects...